* N>LINK ( nfa -- lfa )

converts a pointer to the name-field (NFA) to point
then to the corresponding link-field (LFA) - this operation
is quicker than the inverse L>NAME. This word is a specific
implementation detail and should not be used by normal users - instead
use always NAME> which is much more portable. Many systems may
possibly not even have a >LINK-field in the sense that a @ on
this adress will lead to another >NAME. Any operation on the
resulting >LINK-adress is even dependent on the current configuration
of PFE - only in fig-mode you are asserted to have the classic detail.
(and fig-mode did not know about SYNONYMs - see note at LINK>).
 implementation-specific configure-dependent fig-only simulation:
   : N>LINK  C@ + ;

FORTH/FORTH header ordinary primitive